Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jessica Simpson Second Pregnancy Update
Jessica Simpson is pregnant again as many people already know, and she told Ellen DeGeneres she and her fiancé are excited about the baby but they were extremely shocked when they both learned about the second baby. Simpson said her number one priority was her daughter Maxwell but she said it has been difficult taking care of her since she has been “puking and lying on the couch” so much.
She told Ellen this second pregnancy is different than her first, saying she could do anything when she was pregnant with Maxwell. She had energy, she could eat whatever she wanted and she was happy, but with her second pregnancy Simpson said her snack of choice has been Tums.
Do you think she might be having thoughts of a third child already? She has said in the past she wanted to have three children but this month she told Ryan Seacrest she is done having children. She said two is going to be enough for her. Hopefully she doesn’t get any more surprises. Jessica Simpson can get pregnant if someone sneezes on her it seems like.
Although Simpson would not reveal the gender of the baby on Ellen, other sources are saying she is going to be having a boy and she is said to be naming the child Ace or Acy. Those sound a bit fishy. Do you think she will actually name her son Acy?
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jessica Simpson Financial Battle With Gay Father
After Simpson’s father came out of the closet last year, no one thought it could get worse for the Simpson family. His coming out broke up the family, not because he was gay but because he was cheating on Simpson’s mother, and now Joe Simpson is trying to take some of Jessica Simpson’s fortune with him on the way out of the family.
Apparently Jessica’s mother, Tina, is shelling out over $250 million to Joe because he has told the family he is entitled to half of Jessica’s billion dollar fortune stemming from her fashion empire. And it doesn’t seem like he is going to stop until he gets the money, even after Tina offered him $100 million before the court proceedings began.